Once the property of one of the richest family in Russia. The Palace preserves the original interiors of 19th and early 20th centuries.
Built in the times of Nicolai I in 1852-1856, this ‘treasure’ was used for picnics and the leisure time of the royal family.
From the 1st and 2nd floors of the palace you can see the unique panorama of the Gulf of Finland, Peterhof, Kronshtadt and Saint Petersburg, a breathtaking sight to touch the heart of everyone.
The palace and park at Gatchina dates back to the time of Empress Catherine II. In 1765, the tsarina gave her favourite, Count Grigory Orlov, a lavish gift – the Gatchina estate. The picturesque landscape, spring-fed lakes with connecting tributaries and rivers made it possible to create here the unique landscape park with the palace of remarkable architecture as its focal point.
Situated in the very centre of St Petersburg near the Fontanka river. A gorgeous baroque style palace built in 1846. Interiors are executed in rococo and baroque styles of the 19th century.
Situated 29 km from St.Petersburg. This magnificent Palace offers exquisite interiors and outdoor options.
One of the oldest and finest of the aristocratic residences in St. Petersburg, in a prominent location, it now houses part of the collections of the State Russian Museum.
This Palace and Park ensemble is one of the most famous architectural monuments in the vicinity of St.Petersburg. Founded by Peter the Great as the main seaside residence, its mission was to be the diplomatic window to the West.
One of the finest Russian baroque masterpieces of the 18 century, this is the most beautiful of the country residences of the Russian Rulers. The Great Hall can be privatised for the most important receptions and festivals including dinners, balls and masquerades and has hosted world class events for some of the leaders of society and well known celebrities.
An exquisite Pavilion and one of the most poetical of attractions, surrounded by rose gardens, everything in its decor was linked to the theme of the rose, queen of flowers.
Nowadays it is the perfect venue to enjoy a magnificent Folk Show. Whilst enjoying the lavish interiors of the Palace, you can listen to traditional Russian musicians, enjoy the wonderful voices of singers and appreciate the incredible skills of Russian folk ballet dancers. In the banqueting hall of the Palace you will feel like a guest of the Tsar!
This palace is unique with interior and exterior walls faced with 32 kinds of marble of various colours.
One of the world’s largest museums, it was built at the beginning of the20th century. The main feature of the building is its grandiose Marble Hall, one of the most beautiful palace interiors of St. Petersburg. The walls and floors are decorated with rose-coloured Karelian marble. High marble columns weigh 24 tons each.
Founded over two centuries ago, this intimate Palace lends itself to smaller events. This is one of the most interesting buildings in Saint-Petersburg with splendid interiors decorated with precious wood and marble. The halls are fully equipped and convenient for holding conferences, seminars, presentations and banquets.
Situated in the northern part of the delta of the Neva River, this palace became one of the most beautiful architectural and park ensembles of the city.
Standing on a terrace, sloping paths and a staircase guarded by cast iron lions lead to the palace. Outside space may be used to extend large events.
When Peter the Great re-claimed the lands along the Neva River in 1703, he decided to build a fort to protect the area from possible attack by the Swedish army and navy. The fortress was founded on a small island in the Neva delta on May 27, 1703 (May 16 according to the old calendar) and that day became the birthday of the city of St Petersburg.
Located on the Neva River in the city just a few steps from the Hermitage Museum. A perfect example of the Florentine Palazzo style, it was created for the son of Alexander II. The palace offers some beautifully decorated halls suitable for both conferences, seminars and social events.